Benchmark tests confirms the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016), leaks specs
In the early days of this month, we got the whiff of a new Samsung device on Zauba and this one promised to be the 2016 refresh of the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime, according to the model number that it carried. Some benchmark tests have now been run on this sighting and many thanks to that test, we now know for sure that this would surely be a Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016)
Having a model number SM-G532, we got from the benchmark that the device would have a CPU with clock speed of 1.44GHz and have a RAM specification of 1.5GB. Just like its predecessor with model number SM-G531, this one would also have 5 inches of screen real estate for users and run the Android Marshmallow 6.0 out of the box.
This would have been impressive save for the fact that the Nougat just launched today, but that doesn’t mean that you still won’t enjoy the big 6 experience.
You would enjoy processing speed on this device because after being put through a series of tests, it was able to record 599 on a single core and on all the cores, had an impressive 1790. We have no idea when this one’s coming or what price tag it would carry, but it surely looks like an interesting device to expect.
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